I would have liked to see them to use the twilight vampires and watch zombies obliterate them back into nonexistence.
The vampires kinda reminded me of the ones from "John Carpenter's Vampires," since I haven't seen "30 Days of Night" yet. But, even those vampires were stronger & faster than what they had here. I don't even know why the zombies would go after the vampires, though. Vampires just awakened by the setting sun should be fairly bloodless, even if they'd fed the night before. The zombies shouldn't see them as a food source, or as a source to spread the zombie virus. And, as Steven Niles said, vampires survived the plague, so the zombie virus shouldn't be a problem. I'm really kinda curious about what they're gonna do to continue the battle, but think they really should've just stopped with this one battle.
It bugs me how easily they conveniently forgot that vampires are the undead too, so they wouldn't have a working circulatory system either, meaning that the idea of spreading the zombie virus to a vampire is a moot point.Of course, this is something much more widespread than just this episode. I agree with a previous poster: it seems vampires are being treated more like superpowered mutants with a nasty addiction than undead monsters out of our worst nightmares.
The show bought wholeheartedly into the vampire's heart pumping blood and the vampire's circulatory system was a vulnerability for the zombie to exploit. I forget... vampires don't breathe, right? So... there's no oxygenating of the blood. So does a vampire's heart pump blood? What would be the reason if it's not oxygenated? Am I just off base with vampire legend AND the function of the circulatory system in beings?
I wanna see a pnuematic Frankenstein punching fist.
I'd love to see DW do a Frankenstein vs. Wolf Man match, BUT only if it was the traditional versions -no 8 foot tall werewolf or robot Frankenstein!!
How about GODZILLA VS The "SCREAM" Killer Dude?